Eagle Tavern serves lunch and dinner daily while offering excellent service in a casual, yet sophisticated atmosphere. All of the menus are available at any seat in the restaurant making Eagle Tavern a great place for:
~ an evening out lingering over food and wine
~ a quick snack, glass of wine, or favorite cocktail
~ just dessert!
~ an early or late meeting place for you and your friends
~ hosting your own private party
Eagle Tavern is available for private dinners, corporate parties, and almost any special function you can imagine. All special events are coordinated one on one to ensure that your event is both unique and memorable.
Our philosophy is to offer hand-crafted quality food using the freshest ingredients complemented with a delicately paired wine list – all served affordably with professional service in a fun, lively environment.
The downstairs dining room and bar is the perfect place to grab a cocktail or have dinner and wine in a beautiful ambience. It’s also utilized for many private dinners and functions we host. Upstairs, each of our banquet rooms offer a fabulous backdrop for private dinners and group celebrations.
Here we can help you create a special setting to host your next event including:
~ Bridal showers
~ Rehearsal dinners
~ Corporate meetings
~ Golf outings etc.
Call or email today to begin planning!
Although the stone in the front of the building reads 1859, the first liquor license was granted August 17, 1727. The petition was signed by twenty-six citizens, most of whom were Uwchlan residents. Prominent citizens gathered at the public house because it was by a major road. Eagle Tavern became a popular spot because it was built on the fork of two main roads and near a church. The location on the original license says, “Half way between Chester and Conestoga on the Kings Road.”
After the tavern was established, it encourage the growth of a village which they called Eagle. Although we are Eagle, our mailing address is Uwchland 19480.
The original building was torn down in 1799 and a building named “President Adams” became its replacement. Local patrons still referred to it as the Eagle, so the owners reverted back to its original name.
Some famous patrons were the Doan brothers, and Captain Fitz. The tavern also was known as Spread Eagle, The little Eagle, and the The Eagle Hotel, still referred to by many local people.
In 1923 a new concrete highway was opened from West Chester to Pottstown. New people come to our area and want to make changes, but our building continues to stand erect as car after car goes past and history continues…
The present owners have owned the restaurant since June 2012, seeking pleasure in serving lunch and dinner as well as an occasional drink or two to our many friends and acquaintances.
Fabulous atmosphere with great food!
Now our favorite local spot!
Great selection of Martini’s.
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